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WELCOME TO IGUASSU FALLS: MAGIC OF NATURE
Due to the events caused by COVID-19 (Coronavirus), at IguazuFalls.com we want to report that:
- Argentina’s Iguazu Falls National Park (and other argentinean national parks) will be closed until further notice.
- Brazil’s Iguazu Falls National Park will be closed until further notice.
If you want to cross the border, keep in mind:
- Crossing from Argentina to Brazil at this time is possible. But keep in mind that you may not be able to return to Argentina.
- Crossing from Brazil to Argentina is not possible at this time.
- Crossing from Paraguay to Brazil (or Brazil to Paraguay) is not possible at this time.
We will be reviewing this matter day by day. We hope that it will be solved soon so that all its visitors can enjoy this natural attraction.
* April 2, 2020 – At the moment there’s nothing new to inform.
* March 18, 2020 – The Brazil’s Iguazu Falls National Park is now closed.
* March 17, 2020 – From March 18, the Brazil’s Iguazu Falls National Park will be closed too until further notice.
* March 17, 2020 – You can’t buy your ticket entrance at the Brazil’s national park. You have to buy them online to enter to the park.
Iguazu Falls, located in the border between Argentina and Brazil, is one of the most incredible places in the world.
Numerous islands along the 2.7-kilometre-long (1.7 mi) edge divide the falls into many separate waterfalls and cataracts, varying between 60 to 82 metres (197 to 269 ft) high. The number of these smaller waterfalls fluctuates from 150 to 300, depending on the water level. Approximately half of the river’s flow falls into a long and narrow chasm called the Devil’s Throat (Garganta del Diablo in Spanish) The Devil’s Throat is U-shaped, 82 metres high, 150 m wide, and 700 m long (269×492×2,297 ft). Placenames have been given also to many other smaller falls, such as San Martín Falls, Bossetti Falls, and many others.
In November 11, 2011, Iguassu Falls were chosen one of the World’s Natural Wonders in a global poll organized by the Swiss Foundation New Seven Wonders, an honor shared with other destinations: The Amazon, Ha Long Bay, Jeju Islands, Puerto Princesa Underground River, Indonesia’s Komodo National Park, and the Table Mountain.
In 2013, UNESCO awarded Iguassu National Park once again for its Exceptional Universal Value, being a site of such extraordinary cultural and natural value transcending national borders, a site of value for humanity’s present and future generations.
Amazing isn’t it? Are you ready to enjoy Iguazu Falls, the magic of Nature?